Becomes the latest in a steady stream of directors to leave the company
Bank is suing the consultant for £5.7m claiming its work on Gloucestershire project led to huge repair bill
Zero Carbon Hub report says overheating can harm reputation but is not seen as a priority by housebuilders
Steve Elliott took Morgan Sindall’s fit-out business to an industry-leading position. After taking a year out he’s ‘got the band back together’ at BW Interiors and is thinking big again
Assessments show retrofit to EnerPHit level, the Passivhaus retrofit standard, can reduce whole-life carbon emissions by 40% compared to typical Part L
A reader responds to Richard Kauntze’s article on intelligent cities
A lot of people are at the top of their game this week, with guest appearances from Marcus Trescothick and Ellie Goulding, and the architect of One Blackfriars looking to the stars - but someone else is in the doghouse
The Design Museum has appointed Willmott Dixon Interiors for the £20m fit-out of its new home
Suppressed MPA report on HS2 quietly released amid furore over Network Rail
Details of vertical village in Manchester revealed by Allied London.
The Department of Education has said that BAM is its preferred contractor for the fit out of its new headquarters.
Kier has been awarded contracts valued at £247m under the ProCure21+ framework.
New designs for 22 Bishopsgate have been put on display at the site for public view
Sketch of the week
In the quest to create more homes, we need to help and incentivise local authorities to think outside the box to identify sites for development, and perhaps even more critically, redevelopment
The latest module in our CPD series outlines the recent changes to the CDM regulations, and explains how they will affect the way that project teams work. This module is sponsored by Sika Roofing
From the archive
It should be difficult to overpay on an interim payment but when it does occur, should there be an express term providing for repayment?
Exclusivity or lock out agreements are becoming increasingly common. But what are the benefits and why are they so popular all of a sudden?